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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 4, 2012 3B LAW and SHERIFF'S BLOTTER DRDER Arrests Chester One person was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance. One person was arrested on a charge of violating probation. Greenville Two people were arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled sub- stance. One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Portola One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One person was arrested on a charge of public violence. One person was arrested on charges of selling a con- trolled substance and being under the influence of a con- trolled substance. One person was arrested on a charge of being in possession of stolen property. One person was arrested on a charge of spouse abuse. Quincy One person was arrested on a charge of DUI. One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Fire Tuesday, March 27 Wires: In Chester, a caller re- ported a strong odor of burn- ing wires. The call was trans- ferred to Susanville Intera- gency Fire Center. Medical Thursday, March 22 Reaction: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for herself because of a bad reaction to medication. The call was transferred to SIFC. The information was passed on to a deputy. Airway: In Chester, a caller re{ he: dif W8 UE Gr an wi is ca So Va wa uested an ambulance for mother who was having iculty breathing. The call s transferred to SIFC. known malady: In enville, a caller requested ambulance for a person th an unknown medical ue inside a store. The .1 was transferred to ath Lassen EMS. Indian lley/Crescent Mills fire paged and responded. Friday, March 23 Alert: In Portola, a caller reguested an ambulance for a Lifeline alert. The informa- tion was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care. Portola fire was paged and responded. Pain: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for an elderly female who was having arm pain. The call was transferred to SIFC. United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner an- nounced March 28 that Larry Gorbet Jr., 32, of Chester, had pleaded guilty to attempting to entice a minor to engage in unlawful sex acts. Unknown malady: In Green- ville, a caller requested assis- tance for a male who was unresponsive. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. A deputy responded. Airway: In Quincy, a caller requested medical aid for his mother who was having difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to Plumas District Hospital. PDH and Quincy fire were paged. Saturday, March 24 Weakness: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for herself because of weakness. The caller said she was having trouble holding on to the phone and hung up. The information was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley/Crescent Mills fire was paged and responded. The information was passed on to a deputy. Airway: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for herself because she was having difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to EPHC. Portola fire was paged and responded. Blood pressure: In Delleker, a caller requested an ambu- lance for an elderly female with low blood pressure and shortness of breath. The call was transferred to EPHC. Eastern Plumas fire was paged. Sunday, March 25 Airway: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for himself due to shortness of breath. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. Unknown malady: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for her husband for unknown reasons. The call was transferred to SIFC. Fall: In Portola, a caller re- ported a man was intoxicated and fell down. The caller said the man could not get up. EPHC was advised. A deputy was advised. Vomiting: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for his girlfriend who was vomiting blood. The call was transferred to EPHC. Portola fire was paged. Tuesday, March 27 Unknown malady: At Lake Almanor, a caller requested an ambulance for his mother who was very ill. The call was transferred to SIFC. Fall: In Greenville, a caller requested assistance stand- ing after a fall. Indian Valley fire was paged. Head: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for a man who had fallen and suffered a head injury inside a store. The call was trans- ferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley/Crescent Mills fire ws paged and responded. Wednesday, March 2! Pain: In Quincy, a requested an ambular his wife who was h abdominal pain. The c transferred to PDH. PE Quincy fire were paged :aller ze for aving U was FI and Miscellaneous Thursday, March 22 Knob theft: At Lake Alrpanor, a caller reported that her daughter s boyfrienl had stolen all of the knos off of her stove. The wbman requested to speak ith a deputy about th e matter. A deputy reported that the woman was using a rpicro- wave to cook her fod for now. The informatiop was passed on to social services. Sunday, March 25 Neighbor problem Cromberg, a caller as speak to a deputy beca said his neighbor was d by his house smiling The deputy contacte parties and ruled no had been committec original caller called and said the same ne drove by his house and at him. The deputy stated that no crime ha committed. Howeve neighbor who had smiling and yelling not to drive by the again. Bear in the garag Graeagle, a caller rep0 In :ed to lse he :wing him. both rime The again hbor yelled gain been , the been greed louse : In rted a and Game and a deputy. After the call, the bear left the garage and headed west- bound into the trees. Tuesday, March 27 Bear on the deck: In Graeagle, a caller reported a bear was on her deck, trying to get into her house. A deputy responded. Bear in the shed: In Graeagle, a caller requested a deputy respond because of a bear in the shed. Bear no more: In Graeagle, a caller reported hearing two gunshots. The caller was informed that a bear had just been "dispatched" by DFG officers. Graeagle fire was paged to assist in lifting the animal. CliP REPORT Lost control, March 23 At approximately 8:05 a.m., Jodi Benson, 62, of Loyalton; was driving a 2006 Kia Sorento northbound on High- way 89, just north of Hennes Pass Road. According to the California Highway Patrol report, she attempted to negotiate an icy curve at a speed too fast for conditions. Benson lost control of the vehicle and hit the dirt embankment on the east side of Highway 89. She was wearing a seat bear was in the garage. The belt. She reported neck pain information was transferred and was transported to Tahoe to the Department ofFish Forest Hospital. I. friend. When Gorbet's texts items used for sex, a digital were brought to the attention camera with video recording of local police, a detective re- capability, a tripod for the ceived permission to use the camera, marijuana and the girl's cellphone to further in- ceUphone that he used to com- vestigate Gorbet. municate with the purported Posing as the girls, the 13-year-oldgirl. Gorbet was Gorbet pleads guilty to attempting to entice, minor and an order of restitutionlto account a number o vari- victims. The actual sentence, ables. | however, will be determinvd This case was brought as at the discretion of the coqrt part of Project Safe Chllthood, after consideration of a/y anationwide initiativetpcom- applicable statutory factors bat the growing epidenic of and the Federal SentenciOg child sexual exploitati(n and Guidelines, which take in-to abuse launched in Mar 2006  t wa cgdgraon/ detegtvr re, sponded to G orb,, laL, imerviewed bice. He ddictietastegr b  r " ' .... ' "  "  :' , y  dig ateXt message: " dfifitted he ;ougho have a Du'rng'that text mesaging : "boyfrtdfiff " and gTifiehd session, and the many' that' followed, Gorbet disclosed that he had romantic feelings for the 13-year-old girl and indicated in explicit terms that he wanted to be her boyfriend and engage in sex acts with her. The undercover detective, still posing as the 13-year-old girl, arranged a meeting at the 13-year-old girl's residence Oct. 20, 2011. When Gorbet stepped into the house, police officers arrested him. According to court docu- ments, Gorbet brought with him to the girl's residence type" of relationship with the 13-year-old girl because girls her age seemed to understand him better than adult females. Gorbet claimed that he came toSusanville to talk the girl into waiting to have sex until she was at least 14 years of age, but that he knew there was a chance they would have sex Oct. 20. Gorbet is scheduled to be sentenced June 27 by United States District Judge Kimberly J. MueUer. He faces a sentence of 10 years up to life in prison, a $250,000 fine, a possible life term of supervised release Request for Bids Plumas County Dept. of Public Works is accepting bids for TIRES, Due Date 4/18/12 at 2:00pm For more information log on to: http://www.countyofplu mas.com/bids.aspx with using a=fility or means of infersta01ltleVce tO knowingly persuade, induce, entice and coerce a minor to engage in unlawful sexual conduct. This case is the prod- uct of an investigation by the FBI and the Susanville Police Department. Executive Assis- tant U.S. Attorney Laurel White is prosecuting the case. "We are pleased to see this case conclude with a plea and conviction of Gorbet in federal court," said Tom Downing, in- terim chief of police for the Susanville Police Department. "This case should serve as a reminder to parents that we need tp be vigilant in protect- ing our children from child sexua predators. Keeping a close Watch over their social media activity and communi- cating with your children are ways to stay alert for possible dangers. The assistance of the FBI with this case is greatly appreciated." According to court docu- ments, police in Susanville received a report Sept. 25, 2011, about an adult male providing marijuana to two juvenile females within the city of Susanville. Through the initial investigation police learned that the suspect was Gorbet, and he had met with his cousin, a 14-year-old girl, and her friend, a 13-year-old girl. During that meeting, Gorbet provided the girls marijuana and talked about the prospects of the 13-year-old girl becom- ing his girlfriend. Thereafter, Gorbet began to text his cousin about estab- lishing a relationship with her PETER M. TALIA Attorney at Law 257-5199 Mediated Civil Dispute Resolution Estate. Planning and Probate Business Planning and Real Estate Always Here To Help! by the Department of Justice. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, visit proj ectsafechildhood.gov or call the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of California and ask to speak with the PSC coordinator. Law and Order policy  "  :" I ;" ": .i:., 2, ,;, ; ..... '- . '  Information that appears in thi}column is compiled from the PlOmas County Sheriff's Office:activity log, the': county correctional center's bopking log and California Highwly Patrol press releases The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some istances the charges may changd after the dispatch report. We do not i-eport suspects' names in arrests for pbblic intoxication or drunken driving unless accompanied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle accident or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a drime does not constitute guilt, iThe case may never aooear in court if the i " - - -- d st,ct attorney determ nes there s insufficient evidence to prdsecute. The act that someone was involved in an automobile collision does not constitute liability or fault. Minor a'r named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an indident. Th# CliP determines whether injuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. !  " , Simple enrollment i We handle the det Low fees & monthl Convenient class s Satellite offices av Greenville and Che HEW 11550(c)PF / Classes Avaiabm. for you ! payments :hedules & times ]ilable in Portola, ster OQRAM (t00 We can help you! Program DireCtors: Andrew Mclntyre and Karen Coffren 231 Main St., #206 (aboVe the post office) quincy 530-283-9921 Ciet on track For a life I ti00at works For You. 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